John vs Tammy. It was the name of this segment we used to do during my four years as executive producer of the John Gormley Live Show, from 2007 to 2011. I […]
Tammy Robert loves working, living and raising her family in Saskatchewan.
Born and raised in this fine province, then spending her early twentysomething years in Europe only served to deepen her resolve to invest herself, and her future, in all Saskatchewan has to offer.
Having spent the last four years as the executive producer of the John Gormley Live Show, Tammy knows Saskatchewan - the people, the places and the politics. You can count on her for a fact-based, no-holds barred approach to opining on all three.
An Ad Running in Saskatchewan Says Residential School Trauma Is a Myth, & I’m Pretty Sure No One’s Noticed, Nevermind Concerned?
I’m back. A huge thank you to everyone who encouraged me to get back to blogging, and who kept your Patreon subscriptions active (if you didn’t, I totally get it). I’ve been […]
The More You Know: In Saskatchewan (Well, Lots of Places) You Can Plead Guilty To Hitting a Woman & Get Absolutely Nothing, Including a Record
I suppose it could be a coincidence that Johnny Manziel announced he has signed on with the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Ti-Cats… early on the Saturday morning of a long weekend. I mean, […]
I’ve always wanted to headline a post with clickbait. Preferably one that doesn’t include swear words (many, many of you, especially my male readers and my mom, get quite disgusted when I […]
(Featured image credit: @swbooster) Full disclosure – I bought a Saskatchewan NDP membership to vote in their leadership race. I bought a Saskatchewan Party membership to vote in their leadership race too. […]
I want safe air travel, and I understand that in light of these troubled times, extra steps have been taken at airports to ensure that we all arrive at our destinations safely […]
It’s about time, right? I have been so slow in posting over the last couple of months, in part because I’ve been blessed with offers to write for money for other publications […]
It seems like just yesterday that I was sitting on my patio at the lake one hot August morning, learning that the rumours were true: Brad Wall was resigning. It’s been a […]
No Friends In High Places? Not White? Then You’re Probably Not a Director On a Saskatchewan Crown Board
Let’s establish parameters around the notion of political patronage, and why it matters. Political patronage occurs when a person is rewarded – usually through favors, appointments to public office or boards, or by receiving […]
Check out Part 1 here for what you need to know about each candidate’s campaign. The nomination deadline for the Saskatchewan Party to select the successor to Brad Wall—and by extension, the next premier […]